ARCHX Siren's Eleusinian Mystery CD CD-H RA RL3 RLV RL2X RL1X CGC TT
AKA Luce. Eeevil Red Dog. Old lady. Heart dog.
Orion Never Seen Blue RA RL1 CL1-R CL1-F FMX
AKA Steve. Lifesaver. Flyball ninja. Mud magnet. Official Hiking Buddy. Rock.
Orion Go For Launch
FDCh-G AKA Bean. Mission Specialist. Herdy dog. Yappy McSnappy.
Hambone. Squirrel dog. Flyball hopeful.
Gone but never forgotten:
Siren's Shiitake Happens AKA Mushroom. AKA ShroomD. The fungus among us. Grandma-lover. Bed-hogger. Official Zombie Protection Dog.
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I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore
Author Archives: katie
There is so much difficult right now– all these financial stresses, a new diagnosis of fibromyalgia from the rheumatologist I saw on Monday, looking at having to leave my long-time therapist due to not being able to afford insurance that … Continue reading
This is the face of mental illness, I suppose. Last February I had my hours at the job where I had worked for over 9 years cut from full to part time due to being unreliable as a result of … Continue reading
Finished another horsie book. I always find it helpful during binge-reading attacks to pick light and fluffy reads for the most part. Short books that make me feel successful and that keep the pace faster. And Claudia Emerson’s last book … Continue reading
Yay for horsie books! Diversity shelfie! Support crew isn’t being very supportive.
1) What fine part of the world are you reading from today? East Coast USA 2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forward to? I am all stocked up on kiddy lit horse books today, but I … Continue reading
For the next (maybe) 24 hours, I’ll be participating in Dewey’s Readathon. Not sure I’ll make it for the whole 24, especially since I am feeling some very serious “go back to bed” vibes, but we’ll see. It’s always a … Continue reading
I spent the end of August and the first three weeks of September inpatient again, fighting through despair and excruciating anxiety, through a med change, and developing chronic pain issue that no one seems to be able to diagnose. I … Continue reading
It’s going on three months now since I left my job as a veterinary technician so that I could pursue full-time psychiatric outpatient care. Add a little 12-day adventure on the inpatient unit (yay I spent Christmas AND my birthday … Continue reading
I ended up having to take Trek back to the shelter. When the behaviorist came, she thought we would have a good shot at success if I could change both Steve and Trek’s reaction to one another. And I think … Continue reading